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Thank you Chris Anne Wolfe, even after your death you're bringing more and more people under your spell.
The storyline was multi-layered with plenty of action and a solid mystery backstory. The unfolding romance was just a very welcome bonus.
Shadows of Aggar is a rare exception. To say that it's the best lesbian fantasy novel I've run across is true, but defining it that way is a disservice to the book, since that isn't really saying much. It holds up on its own merits within the fantasy genre as a whole, not just within the sparse lesbian fantasy subset. Shadows of Aggar contains most of the elements that make fantasy what it is; a unique world and culture, swords and magic, and imperfect characters on a heroic quest. The icing on the cake is that the lesbian romance is good too.
One final note, as I noticed a previous reviewer mentioned hoping for more from Chris Anne Wolfe. Unfortunately, she lost her battle with cancer. So I highly recommend collecting all of her works currently in print if you enjoy her writing, as there won't be any more. Shadows of Aggar is by far her best, but the others are all worth a read.